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artist , composer , educator , landscape designer

Joseph Dillon Ford, American composer, landscape designer, educator, artist. Variell scholarship, Harvard University, 1976-1977. Board directors, secretary South Florida Chamber Ensemble, 1979—1980; Member of Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Ford, Joseph Dillon was born on February 6, 1952 in Americus, Georgia, United States. Son of William Lamar and Julia King (Dillon) F. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Florida International U., 1975.

Education

A.M., Harvard University, 1978. M Landscape Architecture, Florida International U., 1991. Teachers assistant Dade County Public School System, Miami, Florida, 1979-1980.

Music professor Miami-Dade Community College, 1980-1982;teacher The American School Tangier (Morocco), 1982-1983. Member administrative staffNew World School of the Arts, 1989. Former member academic music faculty South campus Miami-Dade Community College.

Instructor landscape architecture Florida International U., 1992. Board of directors, secretary S. Florida Chamber Ensemble, 1979-1980. Variell scholar Harvard University, 1976, 77.

Career

Teachers assistant Dade County Public School Systems, Miami, Florida, 1979—1980. Music professor Miami-Dade Community College, 1980—1982. Teacher The American School Tangier, Morocco, 1982—1983.

Member administrative staff New World School Arts, 1989. Former member academy music faculty South Campus Miami-Dade Community College. Instructor landscape architecture Florida International University, 1992.

Works

Membership

Board directors, secretary South Florida Chamber Ensemble, 1979—1980. Member of Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

father:
William Lamar Bachelor of Fine Arts

mother:
Julia King (Dillon) F. Bachelor of Fine Arts